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JOSHUA PACIO QUOTES AHEAD OF ONE: CONQUEST OF HEROES

Team Lakay strawweight and ONE World Title Challenger Joshua “The Passion” Pacio of Baguio City, Philippines is set to take on the toughest test of his career this Saturday night when he meets reigning ONE Strawweight World Champion Yoshitaka “Nobita” Naito of Japan for the second time.

The 22-year-old will compete in the main event of ONE: CONQUEST OF HEROES, going down at the Jakarta Convention Center on 22 September. By all accounts, Pacio appears fit and ready to deliver the performance of a lifetime. Here is what he had to say ahead of his second shot at the strawweight title.

Ticket information for ONE: CONQUEST OF HEROES is available at www.onefc.com.

Joshua “The Passion” Pacio:

“When this fight was announced, it came out of nowhere. I have always said that I would wait patiently for a title shot and face anyone that ONE Championship put in front of me. I have stayed true to my word and now, I’m ready to take on the champion again. There is a lot of talent in my weight class, and I know a lot of guys want a shot at the belt too. But I have been preparing for this moment since our first fight. It’s still fresh in my mind and I have done everything I can to improve my skills to I can claim victory this time around.”

“I think I will be able to shock him. I plan to show the champion that I am a completely different fighter this time. I have improved so much since we last saw each other, upgrading every skill on all fronts. My striking is more fluid now, my grappling is heavily improved. He should be prepared for what I will bring to the table. But knowing the champion, I can guarantee he is well-prepared and I have to be ready for the toughest test of my career. I plan to mix it up a lot more in this rematch and give him lots of different looks. One thing I can say is that I am a lot more comfortable going to the ground this time.”

“My mind is clear and calm. My focus is on bringing that belt home to Baguio City. I admit I was very young and inexperienced in that first title shot. It’s different now. Training with my Team Lakay brothers, they have molded me into a complete fighter and I am ready to showcase my skills. Winning the belt means the world to me. There are a lot of fans who look up to me and I can’t let them down. I have worked so hard over the last couple of years, now it’s time for harvest. I owe everything to my teammates, to God, to the fans, and everyone who has shown their support. Winning this title is a dream come true and will be the start of a new chapter in my career.”

Pacio takes on Naito at ONE: CONQUEST OF HEROES, set for Saturday, 22 September at the Jakarta Convention Center in Jakarta, Indonesia. Also on the card is local martial arts hero Stefer Rahardian, who takes on China’s Peng Xue Wen in the co-main event.

For more updates on ONE Championship, please visit www.onefc.com, follow us on Twitter and Instagram @ONEChampionship, and like us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ONECh ampionship.

 
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Posted by sa Setyembre 20, 2018 in Uncategorized

 

TWO WORLD CHAMPION VS WORLD CHAMPION SUPER-BOUTS SET FOR SINGAPORE ON 9 NOVEMBER

XIONG JING NAN TO DEFEND ONE WOMEN’S STRAWWEIGHT WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP AGAINST ANGELA LEE

BIBIANO FERNANDES TO FACE KEVIN BELINGON IN HIGHLY-ANTICIPATED REMATCH

The largest global sports media property in Asian history, ONE Championship™ (ONE), has just announced that ONE Women’s Strawweight World Champion “The Panda” Xiong Jing Nan will defend her title against ONE Women’s Atomweight World Champion “Unstoppable” Angela Lee in a super-bout. This will be the main event of ONE: HEART OF A LION, which is set for Friday, 9 November at the Singapore Indoor Stadium.

Ticket information ONE: HEART OF THE LION is available at www.onefc.com.

Chatri Sityodtong, Chairman and CEO of ONE Championship, stated: “ONE Championship is coming home to Singapore this November, and we have an amazing evening planned for martial arts fans in the Lion City. Two incredible world champions, the best in their divisions, are set to go head-to-head in a highly-anticipated super-bout. ONE Women’s Strawweight World Champion Xiong Jing Nan will step up to the plate to defend her title against ONE Women’s Atomweight World Champion Angela Lee in what will be the biggest martial arts spectacle in Asia this year. It’s a thrilling match-up that should have fans on the edge of their seats in excitement. With the two stars being feared finishers, I don’t expect this bout to go the distance. In addition, the highly-anticipated rematch between reigning ONE Bantamweight World Champion Bibiano Fernandes and Filipino superstar Kevin Belingon is going down. It’s going to be an awesome matchup that fans will surely not want to miss!”

“The Panda” Xiong Jing Nan began her career competing in professional boxing, and she was originally inspired to pick up the sport by her father, who imparted in her values of courage and integrity. Featuring a wide array of skills, she bagged a gold medal at the prestigious China Open Brazilian jiu-jitsu tournament in 2017. Since winning the inaugural ONE Women’s Strawweight World Championship this past January, the Beijing, China native has made two successful title defenses. In her most recent bout, she defeated Samara Santos of Brazil to successfully retain her title and push her record to 16-1. Up next, the 30-year-old travels to Singapore to defend her championship against Angela Lee.

“Unstoppable” Angela Lee is considered one of ONE Championship’s most outstanding athletes. The Singaporean captured the inaugural ONE Women’s Atomweight World Championship with an awe-inspiring victory over Mei Yamaguchi in May 2016, and she has since defended the title successfully on multiple occasions. Lee’s beautiful combination of elite striking and grappling has proven to be a potent formula for success, as she has remained undefeated in her career. In her most recent bout, she beat Yamaguchi once again, showcasing her wide array of skills en route to a unanimous decision victory. Lee is now set to challenge Xiong Jing Nan for the ONE Women’s Strawweight World Championship.

38-year-old Bibiano “The Flash” Fernandes of Brazil is the reigning ONE Bantamweight World Champion, and widely considered one of the best martial artists in the world bar none. He made his ONE Championship debut back in 2012 and captured the bantamweight world title in 2013. Since then, Fernandes has remained unbeaten inside the ONE Championship cage, showcasing tremendous striking and grappling ability and an unwavering will to win. In his most recent bout, Fernandes defeated two-division titleholder Martin Nguyen by split decision in a World Champion vs. World Champion super-bout. In his next title defense, Fernandes is set to defend his championship against Kevin Belingon in a highly-anticipated rematch.

30-year-old Filipino superstar Kevin “The Silencer” Belingon of Team Lakay hails from Kiangan, Ifugao province. He made his professional cage debut in 2007, winning his first nine bouts while capturing a local flyweight title. After joining ONE Championship in 2012, Belingon put together a series of tremendous performances, including several highlight-reel finishes, to earn a shot at ONE Bantamweight World Champion Bibiano Fernandes in early 2016. Although Belingon failed to capture the title, he has since been on a warpath back to world title contention, putting together a sensational win streak which includes huge knockout wins over several former world title challengers. In his most recent outing, Belingon scored one of the biggest wins of his career, defeating two-division ONE World Champion Martin Nguyen. Up next for Belingon is a shot at ONE Bantamweight World Champion Bibiano Fernandes.

For more updates on ONE Championship, please visit www.onefc.com, follow us on Twitter and Instagram @ONEChampionship, and like us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ONECh ampionship.

 
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Posted by sa Setyembre 12, 2018 in Uncategorized

 

XIONG JING NAN RETAINS ONE WOMEN’S STRAWWEIGHT WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP WITH THIRD-ROUND TKO OF SAMARA SANTOS

The largest global sports media property in Asian history, ONE Championship™ (ONE), returned to the beautiful city of Shanghai with another evening of authentic world-class martial arts action. The Baoshan Arena played host to ONE: BEYOND THE HORIZON, showcasing a series of compelling bouts that left fans on the edge of their seats. The blockbuster event culminated with a much-awaited championship clash as China’s Xiong Jing Nan defeated Samara Santos of Brazil to successfully defend her ONE Women’s Strawweight World Championship.

In the main event of ONE: BEYOND THE HORIZON, “The Panda” Xiong Jing Nan of China sent the crowd into a rapturous chorus of cheers by clinching a scintillating technical knockout victory over Brazilian challenger Samara Santos to keep the coveted ONE Women’s Strawweight World Championship around her waist. Xiong got the job done in the third round, thwarting the courageous Santos with a thunderous right hand.

 

In the co-main event of the evening, Singaporean lightweight contender Amir Khan accomplished the biggest victory in his four-year stint on the ONE Championship stage, submitting former ONE Featherweight World Champion Honorio “The Rock” Banario of the Philippines. Khan finished the task at hand by compelling Banario to wave the white flag with a deep rear naked choke in the first round.

 

A heated featherweight matchup ended abruptly when Singaporean sensation Christian “The Warrior” Lee was disqualified for executing an illegal suplex onto the head of opponent Edward “The Ferocious” Kelly of the Philippines in the first round. Kelly was unable to continue the bout, forcing referee Olivier Coste to flash the red card at Lee, signifying the latter’s disqualification.

 

Muay Thai legend Tukkatatong Petpayathai notched his second-straight win in the heavily-acclaimed ONE Super Series, toppling Serbian dynamo Ognjen Topic via unanimous decision. The two locked horns in a spirited clash between talented and fierce strikers, peppering each other with fiery combinations. In the end, it was Tukkatatong who was able to earn the undivided nod of the three ringside judges.

 

In front of an energetic hometown crowd, Han Zi Hao of China registered his first win under the ONE Super Series banner, defeating Stergos “Greek Dynamite” Mikkios. Han overwhelmed Mikkios with his persistent offense, clobbering the Greek combatant with a stream of powerful strikes from the opening salvo to the third round. After scoring two knockdowns in the bout and maintaining his superiority until the final bell, Han was awarded with the unanimous decision victory by the three judges at ringside.

 

In a grueling battle between ONE Super Series debutants, Italian kickboxing sensation Mustapha “Dynamite” Haida emerged triumphant against combat sports legend Daniel Dawson of Australia by way of third-round knockout. Haida scored an early knockdown in the first round with a thunderous high kick. Although he was in trouble in the closing moments of the second round, Haida gathered himself in the third and final period, hurting Dawson with a knee to the midsection and then sending him to the canvas with a solid left straight to clinch the victory. His impressive performance earned him the GoDaddy Knockout of the Night.

 

Despite the seemingly insurmountable odds, “Jungle Cat” Muhammad Aiman of Malaysia pulled off the upset victory, handing hometown hero Chen Lei the first defeat in his professional mixed martial arts career. Aiman had to overcome a hot start from Chen, who dominated the Malaysian standout with his grappling expertise. The complexion of the bantamweight encounter took a drastic turn in the closing moments of the second round when Aiman caught Chen with a staggering knee strike. Aiman then hopped onto the back of Chen, fastening a body triangle before wrenching his opponent’s neck with a rear naked choke. Aiman had no intention to let go of the submission hold, increasing the pressure until Chen tapped out.

 

In the first ONE Super Series bout of the night, Hakim Hamech of France cruised to a huge knockout win over Japanese champion Yukinori Ogasawara. Operating behind a sound game plan and well-placed strikes, Hamech dropped Ogasawara with a monstrous right hand with less than a minute to go in the opening period of the contest. Ogasawara was able to beat the count of ten, but he struggled to find his balance. Hamech capitalized on his foe’s dazed state with relentless punches to notch the knockout in the first round.

 

Setting the tone for an action-packed evening was a three-round strawweight clash between Indonesian wrestling champion Elipitua Siregar and highly-decorated Kun Khmer practitioner Phat “Ice” Soda. Driven to claim his second-straight victory as a mixed martial artist, Siregar made quick work of his opponent, raining down heavy blows on the mat to force the stoppage.

 

Official results for ONE: BEYOND THE HORIZON

ONE Women’s Strawweight World Championship bout: Xiong Jing Nan defeats Samara Santos by TKO (Strikes) at 1:22 minutes of round 3

Lightweight bout: Amir Khan defeats Honorio Banario by Submission (Rear Naked Choke) at 4:34 minutes of round 1

Featherweight bout: Edward Kelly defeats Christian Lee by Disqualification (Illegal Suplex) at 2:21 minutes of round 1

ONE Super Series (Muay Thai) Bantamweight bout: Tukkatatong Petpayathai defeats Ognjen Topic by Unanimous Decision (UD) after 3 rounds

ONE Super Series (Muay Thai) Bantamweight bout: Han Zi Hao defeats Stergos Mikkios by Unanimous Decision (UD) after 3 rounds

ONE Super Series (Kickboxing) Catch Weight bout (72.5kg): Mustapha Haida defeats Daniel Dawson by Knockout (KO) at 2:14 minutes of round 3

Bantamweight bout: Muhammad Aiman defeats Chen Lei by Submission (Rear Naked Choke) at 4:35 minutes of round 2

ONE Super Series (Muay Thai) Flyweight bout: Hakim Hamech defeats Yukinori Ogasawara by Knockout (KO) at 2:59 minutes of round 1

Strawweight bout: Elipitua Siregar defeats Phat Soda by TKO (Strikes) at 2:30 minutes of round 1

 

For more updates on ONE Championship, please visit www.onefc.com, follow us on Twitter and Instagram @ONEChampionship, and like us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ONECh ampionship.

 

About ONE Championship™

ONE Championship is the largest global sports media property in Asian history. Headquartered in Singapore, ONE Championship is the home of martial arts and is the world’s largest martial arts organization, hosting bouts across all styles of martial arts such as Muay Thai, Kickboxing, Karate, Kung Fu, Silat, Sanda, Lethwei, Mixed Martial Arts, Tae Kwon Do, Submission Grappling, and more. The world’s most exciting martial arts organization hosts the largest sports entertainment events across Asia, featuring some of the world’s best martial artists and world champions, all signed to exclusive contracts, on the largest media broadcast in Asia. In addition to its digital platforms, ONE Championship broadcasts to over 1.7 billion potential viewers across 138 countries around the world with some of the largest global broadcasters, including Fox Sports, ABS-CBN, Astro, ClaroSports, Bandsports, Startimes, Premier Sports, Thairath TV, Skynet, Mediacorp, OSN, and more.

 
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Posted by sa Setyembre 11, 2018 in Uncategorized

 

30 Days of Living a Life with DynaMSM

Our immune system is constantly active in figuring out which cells are good or not for our body at shempre bilang isang simpleng mangagawa kailangan palakasin at pangalagaan ang ating katawang lupa especially now na lahat ata nang bagyo eh nag reunion sa bakuran Pilipinas!

Anyway highway.. My super duper powerful friend Jenny (aka BilogGirl) introduced me to Sir Richie of SureCHOICE Pharma Phils., Inc. (a Pharmaceutical Sales and Marketing Company specializing in promotion and distribution of innovative, quality, and affordable medicines to clinics and leading drugstores in the Philippines ) and gave some of his products for me to try and shempre give some honest and walang filter na review about it.

So eto na nga. I got 4 products from SureChoice: Gluta-White 500 ( Shempre for Skin ) , DynaMSM (Multi Vit na Good for Joints #AdultingNa) , Eurovit-M Tablet & Sodium Ascorbate (Vitamins)

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So ayun na nga after 30 Days of trying.. Eto na ang pinaka honest and walang filter review about the products. Shempre para medyo legit and hindi biased ang review di muna ako uminom ng ibang vitamins.. and nasa controlled environment ako! Charaught! Pero totoo eto lang ang ininum ko for the past 30 days.

  1. Better Skin.
    • Well, I have a super dry and flaky skin. (Arte!) Pero I noticed medyo nag improve sha no dryness and flakiness. Tapos di na sha nangangati. Even yung pimple marks sa chest ko medyo nag lighten na.. Didn’t expect na ganun kabilis ang effect ng Gluta-White 500.
  2. Better Immune System. 
    • Well despite the reunion ng mga bagyo and yung umaaraw at umuulan na weather sa Pilipinas di ako nagkasakit. I think the combination of Eurovit-M and Sodium Ascorbate helped my immune system to be better and labanan yung mga bad cells sa katawan.
  3. Better Joints. 
    • Well may naririnig akong clicking sound sa right knee ko when I do squats. Shempre like most of us, di ko sha pinapansin kasi indenial ako na tumatanda na ako. But after taking DynaMSM nawala na sha yung clicking sound during workout.
  4. Better Life.
    • Dahil nga halos nag iprove ang life ko drinking the supplements.. shempre better life! Sabi nga diba.. Live a Life of DynaMSM!

Well aside from the changes I felt during the trial period. What I like about the products eh ang handy nya dalhin at shempre ang neat since you don’t need to bring the whole bottle.

So if you wanna check out and try the products. Please check yung FB Account nila.. or even yung Lazada site nila to order online.

Namaste!

 

 
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Posted by sa Hulyo 31, 2018 in Uncategorized

 

ONE Championship breathes new life into Asian boxing

If there is one athlete who put Asia on the map of the international sporting scene, it is boxing superstar Manny Pacquiao.

Pacquiao’s in-ring achievements speak for itself as he is the only pugilist in history to capture major world titles in eight different weight classes and was long rated as the best pound-for-pound boxer in the world by most sporting news and boxing websites.

However, boxing’s popularity in the Asian region is slowly ebbing due to several factors, including Pacquiao’s imminent exit from the sport and the growing reputation of another form of combat sport like mixed martial arts.

Boxing promoters such as Bob Arum of Top Rank tried to replicate Pacquiao’s magic and rise to stardom with Chinese boxer Zou Shiming, but the 86-year-old American businessman failed to get the desired result.

As the demand for boxing continues to wane in Asia, the sport has found an unlikely ally in ONE Championship, a mixed martial arts organization that was established in Singapore seven years ago.

Already solidified itself as one of the premier mixed martial arts promotions in the world, ONE Championship has set its sights on boxing.

ONE Championship recently announced its partnership with Nakornloung Promotion to co-promote the world title defense of WBC super flyweight champion Srisaket Sor Rungvisai in the main event of ONE: KINGDOM OF HEROES, which is set to take place at the Impact Arena in Bangkok, Thailand on October 6.

“Our work in boxing has always been driven by our passion and love. The best part of it is that we get to give life-turning opportunities to boxers and their families. Each of them has their own stories, but they are all driven by the same dream – to be the world champion,” said Thainchai Pisitwuttinan, the head honcho of Nakornloung Promotion.

“I am glad that our promotion and ONE Championship have coalesced in having a common mission and vision for combat sports athletes around the globe,” he added.

Dipping its toes into boxing is a no-brainer for ONE Championship after it launched the highly-acclaimed ONE Super Series last April, which was created with the purpose of showcasing the purest forms of striking arts such as Muay Thai and kickboxing on the biggest and most prestigious stage of the competition.

At a press conference in Manila, Philippines three months ago, ONE Championship big boss Chatri Sityodtong hinted plans to establish a professional boxing league in addition to ONE Super Series, inviting boxers from all over the globe to join the promotion.

A few months later, Sityodtong proved that he was dead serious in hosting boxing matches in ONE Championship, announcing his partnership with Nakomloung Promotion in staging Rungvisai’s homecoming bout in Thailand on October 6.

Sityodtong described the organization’s venture into boxing as akin to ONE Championship’s buoyant effort in elevating mixed martial arts in Asia.

“When we started seven years ago, nobody wanted to talk to us. They didn’t even want to work with us. Of course, that changed eventually. We have experienced such exponential growth in all areas. If we could do for it mixed martial arts, we can do it for boxing as well,” Sityodtong stated.

Since its inception in 2011, ONE Championship has taken mixed martial arts in Asia into greater heights, broadcasting to over 1.7-billion potential viewers across 136 countries around the world.

With a highly-active fan base that is engaged in both digital and social media platforms, the biggest local and global brands in the world have been attracted to ONE Championship.

Forming a number of key partnerships, ONE Championship is at pace for a billion dollar valuation and an initial public offering in the next couple of years.

In line with ONE Championship’s strategy of developing local and homegrown mixed martial arts athletes, the promotion ventured and scouted talents into new markets like Cambodia, Thailand, Malaysia, Brunei, Indonesia, India, and Vietnam as well as untapped areas of the Middle East, China, and Russia.

Sityodtong attributes the promotion’s success to its content and its extremely-loyal fans that are growing in number every single day.

“ONE Championship captures the essence of entertainment similar to a show in Las Vegas but combines it with the sporting excellence of elite martial artists. It also breaks the mold of being a global sports media property that is based in Asia,” he explained.

Sityodtong’s claim was supported by Filipino boxing standout Jerwin Ancajas, who was at ringside to watch ONE: HEROES OF HONOR live in Manila, Philippines this past April.

Ancajas, the reigning IBF super flyweight titleholder, commended ONE Championship’s work in its production and promotion of athletes.

“This is the first time I’ve watched a live mixed martial arts event. I’ve always watched it on TV, but it’s a whole different experience seeing it live. I really had a delightful time. The production value is truly world-class,” the boxer shared.

The 26-year-old native of Panabo City, Davao del Norte pointed out that ONE Championship’s dive into the boxing scene would make a huge impact on the sport.

“ONE Championship is a huge promotion. It will be good for boxing because there are only a few big boxing promoters in the Philippines and in Asia. This kind of support is needed, and should boxing have this kind of events, it will be a huge help for boxing in the region,” Ancajas stressed.

Sityodtong admitted that he is fully aware of the vastness of boxing history in Asia, giving birth to boxers who left indelible legacies in the sport with the likes of Pacquiao, Gerry Peñalosa, Pancho Villa, Gabriel “Flash” Elorde, Chang Jung-Koo, Yoko Gushiken and Yuh Myung-Woo.

With ONE Championship trying its hand in boxing, Sityodtong believes that the organization will breathe new life into the sport in Asia to produce more top-notch pugilists.

“I consider ONE Championship as the caretaker of every form of martial arts in the world, including boxing. We will make sure that the new generation of boxers in Asia will be fully nurtured. The legacy that Manny Pacquiao and other boxing greats have created must continue. We are reaching out. We shall grow together,” he ended.

For more updates on ONE Championship, please visit www.onefc.com, follow us on Twitter and Instagram @ONEChampionship, and like us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ONEChampionship.

 
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Posted by sa Hulyo 30, 2018 in Uncategorized

 

Two-division champ Martin Nguyen feels destined to make history

ONE Featherweight and Lightweight World Champion Martin “The Situ-Asian” Nguyen came incredibly close to making history yet again this past March when he valiantly challenged Bibiano Fernandes for his bantamweight crown.

The 29-year-old Vietnamese-Australian dynamo was attempting to become the only three-division world champion in the history of mixed martial arts and nearly pulled off the feat four months ago.

However, after 25 minutes of grueling action, Nguyen fell on the wrong side of a razor-thin split decision to Fernandes.

Following his successful defense of the featherweight strap against Singaporean rival Christian Lee in a rematch last May, Nguyen still strives to become the first man to ever hold three world championships in mixed martial arts.

Nguyen had his wish granted as he is set to duke it out with Team Lakay’s Kevin Belingon for the ONE Interim Bantamweight World Championship in the main event of ONE: REIGN OF KINGS, which takes place at the 20,000-seater SM Mall of Asia Arena in Manila, Philippines on July 27.

“Bibiano Fernandes should watch this fight with a close eye. He knows who the rightful challenger is. It’s either me or Kevin Belingon, and I will be doing everything in my power to finish this one,” he stated.

It is yet another high-stakes scenario for Nguyen, who will face a ton of pressure as he squares off with a man who has looked phenomenal putting five wins in a row together.

In his most recent outing, Belingon thrilled the Filipino crowd with a stunning second-round spinning back kick stoppage of American stalwart Andrew Leone to solidify his position as the No. 1 contender in the bantamweight division.

“This is a fan-friendly match-up between two aggressive, young beasts, and I can’t wait to lock horns with Kevin. There will be fireworks,” Nguyen said of Belingon.

Furthermore, Nguyen will also travel to the Filipino’s home country to face him, which is nothing new to the dual champion as it is a very similar set of circumstances to his cage encounter with Belingon’s teammate Eduard Folayang in November of last year.

Nguyen expected a tough match then, and against Belingon, he believes that it will be no different.

“This match is going to be difficult. I always think that I am the underdog. I am happy to be the underdog, and I am happy to test myself against the best. However, it’s wrong to count me out Don’t ever do that,” he expressed.

Nguyen stressed that his familiarity with Wushu stylists like Belingon will be an extra advantage in their five-round championship clash.

“I feel my advantages, to be blunt, have to be my championship round experience and my gas tank,” he mentioned. “Kevin is a complete mixed martial artist. Yes, he’s known for his striking, but he’s proved to the world he can also wrestle.”

Belingon will be the third member of the Philippines’ most famous gym that Nguyen has faced in ONE Championship.

“I’ve got the utmost respect for Team Lakay. Mark Sangiao is out there doing a really good job at keeping the fighters humble and hungry. To be honest, I like to watch Team Lakay fight. They’re powerful strikers with devastating kicks, as well as takedown defense,” Nguyen explained.

“In general, they all fight the same way. This is my third fight with a guy from Team Lakay, so the way I prepared for that first one is how I’ll be preparing for every other fight,” he added.

Despite the threat that Belingon poses, Nguyen is confident that he will make history by capturing the ONE Bantamweight World Championship on July 27 and become an unprecedented three-division world champion in the sport.

“Don’t blink when you watch this fight because I am going to bring it. I also expect that he is going to bring it. I know that I am on the verge of making history. I am not letting go. I am holding onto this tightly. I will go home with three world titles,” he ended.

For more updates on ONE Championship, please visit www.onefc.com, follow us on Twitter and Instagram @ONEChampionship, and like us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ONEChampionship.

 
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Posted by sa Hulyo 17, 2018 in Uncategorized

 

Men On Bikes Celebrates Milestone 20th Anniversary with Distributors

 

MOB Philippines celebrated its 20th anniversary with its distributors at Century Seafood Restaurant. Part of a yearlong series of events, MOB 20th Anniversary Distributor’s Conference was the cycling and lifestyle brand’s way of thanking its business partners, be they long-standing or new.

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Hosted by Stephen Domingo, a beloved personality in the Filipino cycling scene, the event is kicked off by the presentation of the #ConquerAllRoads campaign, first of its kind and caliber in the industry. Kayod is a video series telling the struggling but triumphant stories of cyclists in general, through the lives of Team MOB’s Linda Mhay Ann and Debbie Leonardo Bonghanoy in particular. The campaign reached, engaged and resonated with a wide audience – strengthening MOB’s ongoing relationship with its end users.

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MOB’s family of dealers were treated to a hearty lunch offering by Century Seafood Restaurant. Distributors from places as far as Quezon, Romblon, Marinduque, and Davao, as well as those from Metro Manila, had friendly conversations over luxury Chinese lauriat. MOB’s co-founder Ramon Gan said of the event. The gathering was a simple celebration of 20 years of excellent relationships with the people in the room.

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MOB, the 2 decades-old company continues to innovate. After lunch followed teaser videos of new products, coming July 2018. The wait for the Endurace CX cyclocross bike is almost over, much to the excitement of the crowd. From the looks of the teasers, we may also see a redesign of the famous GPRO helmets. We have much to look forward to in an upcoming product launch.

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Pedal for a Cause is a corporate social responsibility initiative that aims to help local communities across the Philippines be self-sufficient. MOB uses cycling as a catalyst to incite positive change in the lives of those who need it. This humble effort is rooted in a long-term multi-phase plan. Now on its second year, Pedal for a Cause (PFAC) revisits Kamalatan Elementary School in Aurora Baler on May 19-20, 2018 to aid the children’s education and wellbeing. Poverty, children and women’s rights, healthcare, and local ecosystems are among the other issues PFAC aims to address in the future.

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To close the celebration, MOB presented the attendees with awards, namely Loyalty, Appreciation, and PFAC Token of Goodwill Awards. Along with the plaque or trophy comes a gift bag full of MOB items. Recipients were all smiles at their much-deserved recognition.

Thanks to the hard work and excellence of these loyal distributors across the country, MOB, the enduring and high-quality cycling brand, is now more accessible than ever before.

 

 
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Posted by sa Hunyo 29, 2018 in Uncategorized